Excel/How to export excel data into txt file
Dear Tom Ogilvy
Your response time is very fist, and your answer are very clear and easy to use.
I want to export excel data form one particular complete sheet to txt file without having a "big space" between each word, I want to export data by clicking one button in excel sheet, not copy and paste or "save as" option.
I hope you understand what I am asking for, if my question is not clear then please let me know what detail you need from my side.
Thank you for your kind help.
Well, Save As is the way you would export a worksheet to a text file.
you would use a file type of Formatted Text (space delimited) (.prn)
Text (MS-DOS) (*.txt)
would be the type of file you want to use. Yuo have to actually make that selection in the "Save as Type" dropdown - not just type in the extension in the file name.
I suspect you are using tab delimited but that is only a guess.
If that doesn't work for you, you can send me a workbook with your data and also a text file that has at least the first few lines of your data as you would want to see it exported.
send these to email@example.com
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